President Trump on Monday paused his campaign rally in Missouri for roughly 10 minutes after an elderly woman in the crowd collapsed and required medical attention.
Trump was recounting his presidential victory of two years ago and chiding Hillary Clinton for calling some of the president’s supporters “deplorables” when something appeared to catch his eye in the crowd.
“Is there a doctor in the house, please? Doctor? Please. Thank you,” Trump said, pointing toward the crowd gathered on the floor of the Show Me Center.
The president urged medical staff that converged on the woman to take their time as he stepped away from the podium. At one point, he urged the crowd to “say a little prayer,” and attendees behind the stage could be seen bowing their heads.
A short time later, the audience began singing “Amazing Grace.”
WATCH: Supporters sing "Amazing Grace" as emergency workers respond to a medical incident in the crowd at a Trump rally in Missouri pic.twitter.com/dR3yTa7Vnn
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